Saturday, April 29, 2017
Goa Gets A BJP Loaded State Information Commission – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 14, 2015
The BJP government in Goa has been flouting and circumventing every possible law. To ensure proper implementation of the Right to Information Act, the law has laid down that the State Information Commission should comprise of independent minded persons who do not succumb to the pulls and pressures of the politicians in power. Section 15(6) of the Right to Information Act mandates
Mount Campaign For Justice For Fr. Bismarque – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Dec 14, 2015
It is over a month now since Fr. Bismarque was allegedly murdered with the ALLEGED approval of the most powerful higher-ups in Goa including the government machinery. If government machinery is supporting the liquidation oF Fr. Bismarque then is it easy to get justice in this matter? It is this same
Manohar Parrikar’s Birthday Bash Estimated To Cost 70 Crores – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 14, 2015
We are all entitled to celebrate our birthdays and nobody can have an issue over it. But the quandary with Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s 60th birthday bash scheduled to be held at the SAG ground in Panaji on December 13th is that the government machinery is also working overtime to ensure the success of this sponsored occasion
Parrikar’s Extravagance To Navy – by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Dec 13, 2015
It is very unfortunate that unlike the Congress supporters who themselves voted the party out for the wrongs it committed, the BJP sympathizers refuse to castigate their Party for many improper decisions it has taken. I am particularly amazed at their silence over Parrikar’s extravagance towards the Navy. Goa has given the Defence forces more land than they deserve and perhaps much more than any
Manohar Parrikar To Shed Fake Tears - by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Dec 13, 2015
Today at his 70 crore sponsored and manipulated mega 60th birthday fiesta on SAG grounds in Panaji, Manohar Parrikar will once again craftily and deviously shed those crocodile tears. But Goa can never forgive this Master and Monster of U turns who has caused intentional colossal and irreparable damage to the State
Will Ribandar Ever Get A Football Ground – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Dec 12, 2015
A football ground has been the very longstanding demand of the people of Ribandar which to date remains unfulfilled. On his visit to Ribandar in 1970 Goa’s first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar had assured Ribandarites that their demand for a football ground would be met. Similarly every other subsequent Chief Minister has similarly assured but the demand to date has remained a mere dream
Saturday - Dec 12, 2015
Is there any way to get the perpetrators of this MEGA FRAUD on Goan Catholics, prosecuted/punished/jailed? Personally I wish they could be JAILED FOR LIFE and sent to KALA PAANI as I believe it was done during the Portuguese rule. Imagine: "...Gaunekar, to whom Church sold 4,85,350 square mts for `55,04,150 has resold it to a developer for `30 crores and 16.7% share of the developed property". Vow!!!
Lavish Birthday Plans Point To Complicated Politics Of 'Simple Man' Parrikar – by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Friday - Dec 11, 2015
Defence minister Manohar Parrikar’s lavish birthday plans have raised question marks over the political future of a man whose steady rise was aided by his portrayal as a “simple man”. The former Goa chief minister turns 60 on Sunday. On the agenda is a four-hour party in Panaji, expected to be attended by more
Language And Usage: You, Me And Everybody – by João Barros-Pereira
Thursday - Dec 10, 2015
Non-discrimination with regard to language is defined as fairness in treating people without prejudice. Fairness, did I say? Unfortunately languages do not behave in a gentlemanly way. And, especially old languages. Even though words are arbitrary in nature, old languages reflect the power structure of its history, and over a century or millennium may or may not have changed enough
Manohar Parrikar Is Limping On Borrowed Time – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Dec 10, 2015
At the Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) ground in Campal at Panaji on 9th March 2012 Manohar Parrikar had been pompously and amidst must fanfare sworn in as the Chief Minister of Goa. But that ray of a most wanted hope soon dwindled. Goa landed from the Frying pan into deep Fire. Today it is an irony that on 13th December 2015, that very same SAG ground at Campal would stand desecrated to be witness
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